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Raymond Weil Swiss Watches

Raymond Weil Watches History

Raymond Weil is one of a limited number of Swiss watch companies that are still family owned and independent. The company was founded in 1976 by Mr. Raymond Weil. From 1996 until 2014 the CEO was Mr. Weil's son-in-law, Olivier Bernheim. The current CEO, Elie Bernheim, is Mr. Weil's grandson. The company is located in Geneva, Switzerland, home to the world's best watchmakers and craftsmen (con't below...)

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Freelancer

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Jasmine

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Maestro

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Nabucco

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Noemia

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Parsifal

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Shine

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Toccata

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Tango

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Raymond Weil watches and Music

Many of the Raymond Weil watch families are inspired by music and have names associated with music. Among them are Amedeus (Mozart), Fidelio (Beethoven), Parifal (Wagner), Nabucco (Verdi), Maestro (Sinatra) and Toccata. Some might say creating a new watch requires a great deal of creativity and vision, like creating an opera or a symphony. It also requires precision craftsmanship and attention to finest detail. Each Raymond Weil watch undergoes 350 different inspections before it is able to represent the brand.

Raymond Weil watches and modern technology

The latest Raymond Weil creations embrace both Swiss tradition and modern, innovative technology. For example, the new Nabucco series feature a 46mm case, power reserve indicator and the use of carbon fiber materials. The Freelancer collection is all mechanical with a visible balance wheel. The Maestro collection features date, day, month, week number and moon phase added to an automatic movement generating a 42 hour power reserve.

 

 

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